THE PASSIONATE PILGRIM (1599): “HENRIE, W. H.: thou lefts (sic) me nothing in thy will.” Is The Passionate Pilgrim meant to be a song?

Passionate Pilgrim (1599), %22I vow I'm VERE.%22, #1Fig. 1

Passionate Pilgrim (1599), Ed de Veer, conceit, #2Fig. 2

Passionate Pilgrim (1599), Ed Vere, the lute, himselfe to sing., #3Fig. 3

Passionate Pilgrim (1599), HENRIE, W.H., nothing in thy will., Sonnet 10, #4Fig. 4

Is the HENRIE letter-string evidence of father-son collaboration?

Passionate Pilgrim (1599), Vere, a shadow, #5Fig. 5

 

XI. VIII. MMXIV           

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